Thursday, February 28, 2008

Folding Kings pre-flop

According to some comments in the DNR blog, Jason is apparently able to fold KK pre-flop in a .05/.10 game instead of making a crying call for another $5. Personally I didn't think any one of the TNP'ers (if anyone at all) is making that laydown there. As Ryan pointed out at lunch and Jason later said, if there is any time for someone to throw Kings away it is when there is a shove after you, an insta-shove afterwards, and both of the shovers dancing around the poker room clearly insinuating that they had Aces. OK, maybe ONE of them is messing around but I think you have to give credit to one of them having Aces. Anyway, watch the footage for yourself and try to decide what you would do in that situation.


royalbacon said...

Fold, face up.

Sushi Cowboy said...

Since it sounds like Jason pretty much only plays Hold'em with us, we'll all get to see him when he folds Kings pre-flop.

Sushi Cowboy said...

Wait a second, it just occurred to me. If Jason can fold KK preflop to a flat call/shove in front of him, indicating AA, then he should be able to fold any other hand (except AA of of course) since all other hands are weaker than KK. Hmmmmm.